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driver going the wrong way slamming into a police officer on the cape. a dangerous trend involving online dating web site. targeting daters >> a news crew becomes the story when someone points a lazar at the helicopter. how the pilot was able to lead police to the suspect. good morning, everyone on this thursday. i'm jadiann thompson. i'm christa delcamp. wasn't it nice not to start the day with rain boots today. it was nice. i don't know if we're so fortunate as the day goes on. we needed the moisture. i guess so. are we still behind with the rain deficit? >> big time. so every drop counts. absolutely. we are in for another round of it. amazing a lot of weather spotter have been commenting how temperatures have only buried by
a degree or two through the last 24. stuck in low 40s. we're in for that round of rain move in for the afternoon and into evening. the brunt of this storm heads well to the north of us. we saw all of the damage it done in the plains states yesterday even blizzard conditions and thunder snow over the rocky. that's not what we are in for, for this one. widespread scattered showers afternoon we'll work through this into the afternoon and also into the evening then clear out into evening which means sunshine for the weekend. more details in a few minutes a bad crash on the cape sends a state trooper to the hospital. investigators say a driver going the wrong way slammed head-on into the police cruiser. >> let's go out to nicole oliverio. she is live in yarmouth right now. nicole, this driver we understand had some sort of medical condition? >> we're told that this 80-year-old driver apparently
shouldn't have been on the road and did have a medical condition and apparently driving on the wrong way. what's unclear is how long he was travelling the wrong way. situation. they were trying to slow down traffic to prevent an accident. then the elderly driver crashed head on with one of the cruisers. barnstable fire responded. it took a while to get the trooper out of his vehicle. he was taken to cape cod hospital. we know he had some injuries but has been released and is at home. we're told resting. as for the elderly driver he okay. he's also going to be summoned to court for negligent operation and state police are looking to have his license revoked pleadly. live in yarmouth, nicole england." breaking news now milford police are on the scene after a man the found dead on the side
this is happening along route 85 at 495. officials say it's possible that they want to seek alternate routes while they investigate. >> two people recovering from minor injuries arthis bad crash that happened up in lowell. two cars collided at that intersection you see there last night. an suv hit a building but wall. a teenager is behind bar after shooting in hyde park. he was arrested wednesday. recovered handgun which may have been used in shooting. the victim is expected to be okay. also this morning you can call it a catfish crime in boston. user of an online dating service attacked an robbed and now boston police want to track down the people who are baiting their victims to be fake dating profiles. there you see victoria warren and she has warren from boston police. importantly how people can keep
themselves safe too. police are very worried about this. they want people to be smart when using the online dating services. they say they are especially concerned because the crimes have been linked to these phone phony profile. a perfect profile that's not what it seems >> it's really scary. especially being alone. and you know talking over social media just like a one on one kind of thing. police say someone trolling the internet looking for an easy target to rob. it's call cat phishing in the last five weeks six people report meeting someone online but then when they show up to meet them face to face it's a set up. the victim say a guy pulls out a gun and robs them. if you meet up with someone online meet in public place first. the robberies all happened when the victims were lured to homes. police also say when using online dating sites do your homework.
skiep or web chat first. if they won't do they could be hiding something. another red flag new or incomplete profile. make sure they have facebook and they are who they are. trust your instincts if things seem too good to be true there's a chance they are. you can never tell for sure; right? i guess do your due process, ask questions. so far there's no reports of anyone getting hurt. though police worry there could be additional victims out there. so if you know anything that can help police out in their investigation they want to hear from you. live this morning from boston, police headquarters victoria warren 7news "today in new england." charlestown man accused of pointing a fake gun will be arained today. gary is facing charge of assault with dangerous weapon and disorderly conduct. police arrested him tuesday after he allegedly pointed the gun at women during a road rage
incident in medford. the orange tip had been covered with black paint making it look . >> game over for a man from lowell. police arrested him. a pennsylvania man contacted them about what sounded like a desperate call for help from another gamer. here's john cocoa he's in lowell john? >> here's the thing. the woman at the center of all of this is case is being blown way out of proportion. >> reporter: the videogame call of duty is full of guns, fights and explosions. early tuesday morning that dramaic violence become all too real for an air force vet in pennsylvania who was playing the game with women in lowell. he told us by phone she told him she had been kidnapped. >> they said they would kill her if she left the house. so this pennsylvania man called police several states
get a call from person in pennsylvania. he said he's playing online game with women in lowell who told him she's being held against her will. >> police immediately went to well-being check. they found the women they were looking for but police say she's wasn't kidnapped. she just had a fight with her boyfriend. she told 7news it's a case of miss communication. but while investigators were in the apartment they found replica ar-15 assault rifle and drugs. they charged the boyfriend. i wasn't trying to bust the entire house. i was trying to help out a friend of my mine with health and well-being. this first time i did something like. i thought it was necessary that needed to be done. 7news also spoke with the suspect in this case off camera. he said he was wrongly arrested.
live in lowell, john cocoa, 7 news "today in new england." more than 3 years after the attack of bengazi, john doety's family get closer to an ending. steven lynch told the "boston herald" they are close to a solution. winchester native glen doughty and cia contractor killed during the 2012 bengazi attack. lynch said no one is against them receiving death benefits. they are trying to figure out where the money comes from. doughty one of four american whose died when militant attacked the u.s. consulate. insurance company refuses to play claim to sister and mother because he didn't have wife and children. they don't want the benefits. they also want to see legislation passed to make sure this doesn't happen to other families. at the newsdesk.
7news "today in new england." >> new details in deadly plane crash in ohio. investigator look into what went wrong after recovering the cockpit voice recorder from the scene of the crash. some new surveillance video gets released. you can actually see the explosion. nine people were killed when that small jet crashed into an empty apartment building in acron. including two pilots and 7 passengers all employee of property management firm in florida. sister in the mean time said she feared the worst after hearing about the crash. >> i texted her after i saw the news report and she didn't reply. between the sibling we did detective work and made call and checked some flight plans and kind of put two and two together it was her. investigator at a lab in washington are reviewing exactly what is on that voice recorder. new this morning officials with the faa are investigating two
instances of lazar being pointed at helicopters down in new york city. the chapter for nbc affiliate in new york was in the air last night when the reporter and the pilot noticed someone pointing a green lazar at them. that's when they contacted police. >> hitting us right now. don't look, george. you think this is joke, huh. >> the lazar appears to be coming from behind a restaurant. police swarmed that area. they arrested the man but officers say the man also pointed the laser at the police department helicopter when it tried to investigate. reported bomb threat have forced police to increase security on the campus of the university of missouri. student have received threats. there were angry how the school handled racial incident. police arrested one man for posting threats online. students and faculty are concerned.
messages about students feeling unsafe. i've heard rumors that the kkk are on campus. i thought i would come and look for myself. i heard people are chewing out black people tomorrow. i mean, who knows if any of it is real. don't want to be here in case it is. some students have left campus temporarily. they say they do fear for the their safety. still ahead on 7news. a dog stuck in a well. see how the animal may have helped save the dog's life. and light, camera, action. ben affleck back in the baystate and ready to shoot his new movie. >> the clouds haven't budged. the temperatures haven't budged much each other. check out this pooch gaining his way into the record books. watch out. >> it doesn't take much
department. brakedown in the o'neill tunnel. bumper-to-bumper traffic there. and there and there. all the way back to braintree and also effected traffic on the turnpike coming inbound. bumper-to-bumper traffic there as well. it's all connected as you know. the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over a million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired
skating dog to tell you about. isn't it fun just to watch. it's a bulldog. auto is his name. he lives in peru. he set world record for longest human tunnel traveled through by a dog. you have know your talent. he passed through the legs of 30 people. and apparently all effortless. treats at the end nor him. you know what i think when el
see that, crystal. i'm afraid to ask. he has a lot of people under his control. all of those people lined up just to do anything that dog needs. i like it. >> and standing perfectly still. wait for me everything. i have something to do. we love that, bri. >> i can't ride a skateboard with two legs can you imagine trying to keep four. that's one talented dog for sure. 48 in boston right now. amazingly the temperature haven't bunked through the last 24 hours. winds not whipping like yesterday. we had dry morning for the kiddos back at the bus stop. hopefully you grabbed the umbrella, though. 47 in beverly. the clouds have been with us all throughout the night last night. this is our air mass that consistency is key with the testimony.
you can see the rain moving in to southern new england. here's the front that we're expecting to move in and look at the bigger picture shows that storm system amazingly last night this storm was bringing severe weather to the plains states and it brought blizzard conditions and thunder snow amazing we saw all of that. a little bit quieter in the brunt of the storm headed to north of us. nevertheless the front does kick on some showers as we get into the afternoon and evening hours. it does take until about the noon show you may want to check in with us for the time line on that at noon here on 7news. because we're in for those showers to be on again and off again throughout the the rest of day into the evening then finally the clouds start to clear out in the wee hours of tomorrow and sunshine back in the forecast. been a while since we seen it. this the not a ton of rainfall.
not compared most day. 0.1 of an inch to quarter of an in. it will do business and this is best chance for the drops. we'll take what we can get. we're dry for the week. into the long-term for now the next 7 to 10 days. today our highs they will creep up a little bit. more than they did yesterday. low to even some mid 50s as we make it into the afternoon. very normal for this time of year. so you can see if you've ever wondered what it feels like to be normal. i do every day. temperatures tomorrow. then we stay consistent through the weekend. cool shot of air but very november like until next week another boost in the jet stream that really does give our temperatures a boost. afternoon showers 50 to 55 today. and then tomorrow tonight 46 to 51. tomorrow we do get that boost. i don't know what happened there. oh, no. let's go back. every once in a while you can't get your words to work. i will show you that in a
second. there it is. we're into the 60s next week. we're following more news today. the area around td garden about to get makeover with massive shopping entertainment and housing project next door. the nearly billion dollar project given the green light. plans called for apartment, hotel, supermarket movie theater bowling alley and office space about 800 parking spots will be added. construction will begin soon. there are also a few road closures if you are up that way to be aware. essex. appleton and haveril all went a makeover. it's based on the book by dennis lane. i'm so excited to see sienna miller back at it. they said she acted several
movie about whitey bulger. then she got cut out. >> it's been a while. >> i love seeing that action right in our backyard, too. >> ahead a firefighters rushed to the rescue when a dog falls down a well. and tom brady we reflecting on his team's history with the giants, coming up. what makes this simple salad the best simple salad ever? heart healthy
>> a family pet finding himself in a lot of trouble trapped in a deep well. poor little pup spent the night at the bottom of the well. safely. nancy chin with more. still scary to see. you hear about cats having nine lives. firefighter they had to think quickly. because they didn't have a harness for a dog. one firefighter had the idea to connect two harnesses. it turned out it worked. buddial plummeted 25 feet to bottom of well. firefighter had their handful trying to pull it out safely tuesday morning but he's feeling better now. the 2-year-old dog spent what must have felt like weeks at the bottom of the well. >> he's hungry. he probably thought he would do. owner thought buzzy nearby. i heard him barking.
didn't think anything of. then silence. next morning no where to be found. it was buddy's actual father who found him. our other dog was standing on the one of the rocks near there and looking down there so we thought that he might be down there we went to look down there. and we saw him looking up at us. >> the family immediately called the fire department when we got there i went to the well and i looked down and i couldn't believe how deep it was. firefighter climbed down attached makeshift harness to buddy. halfway up it started to slip toward the back. we adjusted it and it worked out fine. we were happy. nice happy ending that he came out well you can see. he look happy there too. he didn't have a scratch on him. and that well which been covered and reinforced. it will eventually be filled so something like this can never
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welcome to fantasy fixer. we're talking about the pats coming off three straight games at home. new york. not the best division in football right now. type number. year. patriots unbelievable. the best in the league. giving up more than 300 starts per game. danny amandola both these guys really coming into their own in this offense. >> let's talk about the pat's defense. really impressive last week. only 17 points against them in the past two weeks. he thinks they will keep it up. really impressive stuff across the league. giants going to get there's. leading average quarterback they defense playing really well this year. let's talk about eddie lacey before we go doing wells for the packers kind of struggling right now. first two years in league
one of the best running backs in all of football. he killed it in terms of fantasy numbers. this year i don't think he's the best running back on the team. james starks the guy who should get the catches. he's the best they have right now. if you have him, put him on. the pats are hoping that jamie collins will be ready to go on sunday. he's dealing with an illness. he didn't practice on wednesday. also sat out sunday win over washington. the pats are preparing to take on the giants. new england lost three straight to the big blue. however tom brady is just staying focused on this next match up. much rather won them than lost them. they want to ven a bearing on this or what the match-ups are. totally different team at game and situation and so forth. they got a great organization. they have had a great
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car set on fire. police have surveillance video they want you to see today. >> a birth control mix up more than 100 women say they got pregnant by mistake. welcome back everyone. thanks for hanging out with us this morning. i'm jadiann thompson. i'm christa delcamp. we're counting the days down to thanksgiving. >> we're thinking about stuffing. we're getting ahead or ourselves. >> i saw a pictures today. i think you guys will agree with me. piece of pumpkin pie buried in whip cream. this is how we do it. buried by the cloud through the last couple of day. you can see the showers closing in on southern new england. this front with the system that wreaked havoc as it moved through the plains states and yesterday. for us it's a quick move investor. widespread through the area as
we move through the afternoon and into the evening. we'll start to see those turn on in some areas within the next couple of few hours. then on again and off again. we get our fair share. there's not a whole lot. some areas of cape cod closing in on 3 inch. we look at 10th of an inch to quarter of an inch. temperature haven't budged a lot over the last 24 hours. we make into the low 50s today back into the 60s next week. extended forecast to come. breaking news happenedover night. bad crash on the cape that sent a state trooper to the hospital. investigator say driver going the long way and slammed into the cruiser. nicole oliverio live in yarmouth with more for us. we have some more information on the driver, nicole? >> according to state police 80-year-old driver suffering from medical condition and he should have never been on the
road to begin with. about 11:30 last night where police got the call he was heading east in the westbound side along route 6. police have two patrol cars out along route 6. they were trying to warn other drivers to prevent an accident from happening. its at that point that wrong-way elderly driver smashed into one of those state police cruisers. barnstable fire responded. they say it took a while to get the trooper out of the damaged car. he was taken to cape cod he's already been treated and released. he's expected to be okay. he's going to be summoned to court. he was cited for that accident. state police because he was suffering from medical condition they are looking to have license revoked immediately. live from yarmouth, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." a suspected arsonist caught on camera in dover, new hampshire and now police need your help finding the man in
this picture. they claim he lit a car on fire. in an apartment building parking lot last week. anyone with any information is asked to go ahead and contact police. investigators are trying to figure out what sparked a fire inside a home. flames broke out earlier this morning. luckily no one was hurt. police officer said that scrap yard worker helped him recover two stolen cemetery investigate iran. they called police to report that two bronze grave markers had been turned in they were likely stolen from the nearby cemetery. they plan to press charges against whoever brought them in. also this morning a cat phishing crime in boston. the boston police went to track down the people they say are baiting the victims. victoria warren has more about this cat phishing. seems >> it's really scary.
especially being alone. and talking over social media. usually just like one on one kind of thing. >> police say someone trolling the internet looking for an easy target to rob. it's called cat phishing and in the last five weeks police say six people report meeting someone online but then when they show up to meet them face to face it's a set up. the victims say a guy pulled out a gun and robs them. >> boston police say that's great advice say robbery all happened when the victim were lured to homes in roxbury or mad panel. when using online dating site dos your homework. ask to face time. skype or web chat first. another red flag new or incomplete profile. trust your instincts.
there's a chance they are. you can never tell for sure. do your due process. ask questions. there's no report of anybody getting hurt. police, though, are worried there could be other victims out there. if you know anything that could help police out in this investigation. they want to hear from you. from boston police headquarters victoria warren 7news "today in new england." draft king and daily fanltsy support web site looking in way to continuing operating in new york state. fan dual said they are still taking bets from new yorker and draft king is considering its legal option. massachusetts attorney general moira healy hasn't gone as far as her counterpart in new york state. but doesn't necessarily disagree with his position. i'm not going to use criminal
statute written when this industries never envisioned. i would like to get beyond that and figure out for policy maker and lawmakers this is rules of road. this what should be in place when we come to protecting consumers. worker insist they are based on school rather than chance. dangerous lazar strike in new york city police say a man aimed a laser at news helicopter and the stunt ended with his arrest. incident took place wednesday night when shopper pier litt for nbcwnbcs flying 1500 feet above new york city. don't look at it. >> suddenly a bright green beam of light. he just did it again. lazar nearly blinding dennis and his pilot as they hovered above. you get in hit in the face and eyes you can go temporarily blind. he then spotted a group of men who appeared to be targeting not only the nbc chopper but also a
chopper called in to investigate. >> you think this is joke, huh. >> nbc camera catch police arresting one man and detaining two others after a string of similar incidents alternate new york city airports earlier this year. expert say the problem is growing at airport across the country 2010 more than 2800 report last year nearly 3900. while the suspect appear to think its all a joke those inside the aircraft say it's no laughing matter. >> we're talking about two tons. imagine that coming down on your house because the pilot vision is impaired. en more serious if it was jetliner. >> the faa said three aircrafts were also targeted by lazars in dallas overnight. two commercial jets and private business jet.
temporary blindness but permanent damage. police in fran want to find out why a mans pointing a rifle at a hospital. officers shot and killed the suspect they say he climbed the scaffolding at construction site. a big bla at a home in new jersey killing one person and leaving a dozen people injured. you can see the debris from this explosion flying into the air in this suburban neighborhood. crews don't know the cause of the explosion but they believe its gas related. two victims now are in critical condition. the other ten are treated at local hospitals. crews battling 40-acre brush fire near los angeles. the fire was moving pretty quickly. it had been burning for several hours. firefighter stayed on the scene to put out any hot spots. more than 100 women are suing a pharmaceutical company after they say a birth control mix up led to them getting pregnant.
nay say birth control packs were labeled incorrectly leading the order of the pill you take reversed. the women now want the pills inincluding the clos of delivering and educating their unplanned children. >> now to race for white house today. several republican candidates will be campaigning in the granite state. ted cruz lindsey gram and rick santorum will file for new hampshire apply mare. they will make other stops across the state and jeb bush will attend house party coming up tonight. . ahead here. a slow moving man barely escapes getting hit by a train. >> one coffee company ready to ring in the holiday season. >> another round of showers working in for the rest of the day. but we get a big temperature boost next week.
some controversy with coffee competitor dunkin done ult unskrails festive holiday cup. you can see it right there. starbuck recently received back lash. dunkin donit trying to keep the coffee controversy hot you could say. now the controversy cool with holiday spirited design there. whatever the cup as long as
what's inside the yummy. >> i just need caffeine in the morning. >> glass half full. glass half empty. i don't know. we'll have lot of those red cups in future maybe. because thanking just two weeks away from today. i can't believe it. 18 day until the start of meteorologist winter. 42 until christmas. i saw the tree in faneuil hall. we're getting closer. current temperatures in the low-to-mid to upper 40s and this has been the case for the last 24 to 36 hours. clouds with us today. we're in for sprinkle and showers to move in once again for us into the afternoon and the evening. now the bigger picture shows that storm system and this is the one that moves through the plains states and brought tornadoes and damage and into the rockies yesterday. blizzard conditions just incredible thunder snow. the brunt of the snowstorm is going to head to north of us.
we do get this front that works through and that's what brings us another round of wet weather. not like yesterday, though. this is much different. here we go with showers spreading across early afternoon. as we get into the afternoon it's on again off again. hart to pinpoint where the areas where we see a little bit more rain. but all and all it's just not much. tenth to quarter of an inch for most. finally as we get to we hours of tomorrow the clouds pull apart. we're in for sunshine as we get into tomorrow. so today is our best chance to seefy of those much-needed drops of rain before a dry next 7 to 10 days. today's highs into the mid 50s for some areas which is a big improvement upon yesterdays and with the temperatures that haven't been able to budge alternate all. again mid 50s very normal for this time of year. we've been running warm for the month of november. looked like. almost nine degrees above average with two record tying temperatures and it has been and
will continue to be more seasonable through the weekend. a little bit cool shot of air that reinforces that seasonable weather for saturday and sunday. but then we get a big boost in the jet stream. cool pool in the middle of the country. and for us that will mean back into the 60s. today clouds afternoon showers, 50 to 55. tonight 46 to 51. with that clearing coming late and then here's a look at the 7 on 7 forecast. r how about those temperatures climbing monday, tuesday, wednesday, 64. >> bring out the short, right. >> whirlwind trip is rolling into boston. today show weather man taking roker ii to the tea party museum. you can tune in later today and you will see our own pete bushard will join him too. what a fun day. >> maybe he will get some idea.
both guys absent from yesterday's walk through recent history. doesn't seem to matter to bill belichick either. when it comes to mid-term grades well, this is belichick's take. that's great. honestly i don't think anybody is focused on that. we're focused on the giants and some mid season report card. who cares. what difference does it make. it doesn't matter. right now we're focused on the giants. that's all we really care about. i don't get -- i'm worried about the giants trying to beat the giants. i don't care about some mid season midterm grades. give me whatever you want. celtics taking time to thank our servicemen and women on veteran's day. they led pacer by 7 early in the third quarter. couldn't stop paul george who scored 17 of 26 points in the
celtics fall to pacer's 102-91. final in bruin forward is out indefinitely with a small fracture in left foot. originally diagnosed as bean bruce when the 19-year-old blocked a shot two weeks ago. that's sports. joe amorosino, have a great day. >> a close call for a man in brazil. he was crossing some railroad tracks. in comes inches away from getting hit by oncoming train. there you see it. look at that. he has no idea. it's headed right toward him. he doesn't even speed up be. he gets to other side. with no time to spare. he didn't even look back. >> i don't -- maybe he had headphones or something that doesn't make you quite aware. that was recent report about training and how many people get hit by them. i showed that they are surprisingly quiet sometimes. you think it's going to barrel at you.
but sometimes they are quieter especially if they are going slowly. glad that man is okay. there's a reason he's alive. the buzz is ahead. changing gears here who takes a tumble on the way in. the showers and the afternoon for a look at the extends forecast before the hour is over. it's the holidays. and of course, everyone wants to get online at once. to watch things. buy things. but slow internet makes it hard. that's why it's time to get fios. it has the fastest internet and wifi available. with speeds from 50 to 500 megs. and right now, you'll get 50 meg fios internet, tv and phone for 79.99 a month online for your first year. and with a 2 year agreement, we'll give you all the premium movie channels for a year. plus, 400 dollars back. so go online or call now.
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oscars. mingle. she may be dating a businessman. the two have reportedly seen holding hand at dinner earlier this week. she's denying the rum ors now. taking on the world. singer announcing he will be going on world tour next we're for his new album set to start in march. the tour comes in boston on may 10th. tickets will go on sale next week. a teenager waits to hear from he will join u 2 when that tour in europe. 13-year-old already met u-2 when bono came to call him on stage to play guitar. the band is playing in paris this weekend and they held an online vote to fly one of fans who played with them during the summer tour to the show including bryan.
like this -- this is a crazy opportunity. even if i don't make it i played in july. that's still a dream come true. bryant is now waiting to hear if the show will go on. with or we out him. >> we're interested to see if he will make another appearance. i give him credit. it would be a nervous wreck to do something like that. good for him. >> that could be intimidating for you. you're up there with a giant of music industry and by the way a huge crowd looking at you >> i felt like that was me when coming for interview here to be honest with you. we all have those moments. we get exciting about something. excited about the showers this afternoon. not as rainy as yesterday. get. tenth to a quarter of an inch. here's the 7 on 7 cool and bringing for weekend but warm up next week. enjoy the rest of your day. thanks for spending time here.